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TV streaming solutions?

Scythe

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May 10, 2020
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I'm looking for a solution to stream Netflix and Disney plus to my non smart TV.

I tried am android TV box but it doens't have access to Disney plus at all. The Amazon fire stick and similar products cost around £50. Do you know of a solution that might be more cost effective?


 
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pr0ph3t

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Dec 30, 2016
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I'm looking for a solution to stream Netflix and Disney plus to my non smart TV.

I tried am android TV box but it doens't have access to Disney plus at all. The Amazon fire stick and similar products cost around £50. Do you know of a solution that might be more cost effective?
I haven't tried any such products, recently i saw linus post a video on Nvidia's new product. I didn't watch ith will link it below



 

Scythe

Noobie
May 10, 2020
19
1,750
I would love a Nvidia shield! Even the older ones are great! But sadly my issue is that the Amazon fire stick is pretty expensive for me and the Nvidia shield is 4 times as expensive as the fire stick.

I'm trying to find a solution that can work on a budget. Like maybe using a raspberry pi? If there's an easy way to control it from the sofa (skipping forward and selecting episodes to play etc).
 

Tutman

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May 7, 2020
41
2
1,750
I'm looking for a solution to stream Netflix and Disney plus to my non smart TV.

I tried am android TV box but it doens't have access to Disney plus at all. The Amazon fire stick and similar products cost around £50. Do you know of a solution that might be more cost effective?
How about using Kodi? google Kodi with netflix and disney plus.


 

Eliot

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Feb 24, 2022
2
500
Connect your Netflix account to a streaming device like Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Firestick. The easiest way to do this is using a gaming console like your PS3 or Xbox 360. You could also connect a laptop to an old-fashion style tv using a Chromecast adapter this quick guide can help you with this if you wish to do so.


 
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